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Dracaena draco seeds available

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[ 08. April 2003, 19:03: Message edited by: Torsten ]

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Just using this unused topic to say that I've got a Dracaena Draco dropping seeds all over the back yard if anyone wants any.

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The Seeds !

The tree....dracaena.jpg

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well that does sound most good, would love some, i forgot to mention this earlier i am sending you some stuff lurker, Caesalpinia pulcherrima etc interesting things i hope

[ 08. April 2003, 19:31: Message edited by: infinite_monkey ]

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changed topic title so that people actually come lookign here.

and yes, I would be very interested.

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could'nt get these to germinate,any ideas?

t s t .

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Apparently they can take up to 3 months !

Long time to keep an eye on.

I'm about 1 week into it.

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have not been here for some time .....but that is a great pic ! skulking lurker..i wood love some seed if possible.. cheeres

jim

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i am more interessted in that giant san pedro in the backround, lol.

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I too would like some seeds please.

In the Brisbane city Botanical gardens the little sign near the huge Dracaena draco said that there were only 2 known plants in Australia, is it that rare?

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by god that dracaena is amazing!!!

[ 19. April 2003, 21:32: Message edited by: mr b.caapi ]

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Adrian:

I too would like some seeds please.

In the Brisbane city Botanical gardens the little sign near the huge Dracaena draco said that there were only 2 known plants in Australia, is it that rare?

youve got to be kidding!!!

They are all over Perth as is evident from this post - i guess noone bothered to look - same as the WA herbarium saying that Catha is a rare tree in Perth....

I never bothered harvesting the seed from them - and they produce a lot because i thought it was far too common to be of interest

The one i was looking out for was Dracaena cinnabarina - the medicinal species

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Starting to sprout at 8 weeks.

Soaked seeds in water for 3 days before planting out. Purely experimental technique, but seems to have worked for me.

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